Picture grilled chicken with criss-crossed grill marks tossed with sizzling corn and vegetables, but this meat has been grown in a lab.
Singapore has given U.S start-up Eat Just the go ahead to sell it's lab-grown chicken.
The company says its the world's first regulatory approval for so-called clean meat, without the slaughtering of animals.
The chicken is grown from animal muscle cells in a lab.
The firm said its meat will be sold as chicken nuggets and that launch details will be coming soon.
Though to give this lab-grown chicken a try it may set you back $50 (USD) per nugget.
CEO Josh Tetick said the cost could drop to match the price of premium chicken when it first launches in a restaurant in Singapore.
Its the latest step in the rise of alternatives to regular meat, popularized by plant-based meat options from companies like Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods...
Demand fueled by concerns about health, animal welfare and the environment.